Naked mole rat, n.
Pronunciation: /ˈneɪkɪd məʊl rat/
Etymology: < naked adj. + mole n. + rat n.
1. A blind, almost hairless mole rat of East Africa, … 43 more words
I met Trenz Pruca about ten years ago in Daly City California. In order to escape the fog and mist, I had ducked into a coffee house in a strip mall. 911 more words
“A man with no memory is a man with no foresight.”
Catton, Eleanor. The Luminaries (Man Booker Prize) (p. 260). Little, Brown and Company.
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“I’m so mean. And dirty. Very dirty. Filthy, even.”
“You always say that; I don’t believe it.”
Nick Warren paused for one to three moments, leaned forward a bit, then said, in a low voice I’m sure the big rotten wolf adopts to scare the little piggies, “See that table over there? 625 more words